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Experience the Heart of St. Louis at Hotel Indigo

Stay in the heart of St. Louis at our boutique hotel, steps from the sights, the sounds, and the culture that brightens the city. Our prime location near the river in bustling downtown St. Louis, puts you steps from top area attractions, including the world-renowned Gateway Arch that soars over the mighty Mississippi River. Explore our historic neighborhood and fall in love with STL's innate charm, whether it's by catching the Cardinals at bat at the retro Busch Stadium or soaking in the culture at the St. Louis Blues Museum. Get into the Mardi Gras spirit at Soulard, home to one of the largest Mardi Gras celebrations outside of New Orleans. As the hub for the best galleries, parks, shopping, dining, and entertainment, downtown St. Louis offers a little something special for everyone, and it starts here at Hotel Indigo.
Experience the Heart of St. Louis at Hotel Indigo


From the Gateway Arch to Busch Stadium and Ballpark Village, walk to all of the best dining, shopping, and St. Louis attractions, steps from Hotel Indigo.
Things to Do

Things to Do

Steeped in Midwestern charm, rich history, and vibrant culture, the Gateway to the West is filled with iconic attractions and exciting things to do.
Events Calendar

Events Calendar

From music festivals and foodie fairs to sporting events and Mardi Gras, downtown St. Louis hosts hundreds of fun events throughout the year.

Traveler’s Insights

  • What is there to do in downtown St. Louis?

    There is endless fun in Arch City, all steps from Hotel Indigo St. Louis Downtown. We are just a quick walk the iconic Gateway Arch and Busch Stadium, home to the St. Louis Cardinals. We are also right on the banks of the Mississippi and Missouri Rivers, making it easy to hop on a fun riverboat cruise. If traveling with children, spend the day at STL Zoo or venture out to St. Louis Six Flags.
  • Who designed the Gateway Arch?

    Designed by renowned artist and architect, Eero Saarinen, the iconic arch was built to complement the river as the gateway to the west. Take in the views from the top of the arch which showcases beautiful river views stretching 30 miles in each direction.
  • What is St. Louis known for?

    Aside from the St. Louis Cardinals baseball, Budweiser, and riverboat cruises, one of the most popular tourist attractions in St. Louis is the Gateway Arch, towering 192 meters high on the Missouri edge of the Mississippi River banks.
  • Where can I go shopping in St. Louis?

    Downtown St. Louis is brimming with everything from hip boutiques to Cardinals memorabilia. From the St. Louis Galleria Mall to Plaza Frontenac and the many outlet malls (Taubman Prestige Outlets, St. Louis Premium Outlets, and St. Louis Outlet Mall), there is a shopping destination nearby for every preference. Walk to shops on Washington Avenue for a wide range of designer shops and unique stores near Hotel Indigo St. Louis Downtown.
  • What historic sites can I see in St. Louis?

    Descending from French roots, St. Louis, Missouri is steeped in history and culture. Explore the Gateway Arch, the Old Courthouse from mid-1800's, Missouri Botanical Garden, and the site of 1904 World Fair at Forest Park, where The Jefferson Memorial sits on the north side of the park and houses the Missouri History Museum.
  • How much does Steinberg ice skating cost?

    Skating at Steinberg Ice Rink is $7 per person, with an additional $5 skate rental fee. Admission is valid for the entire day and there are no scheduled ice skating sessions, so skaters can arrive at any time. Skaters are welcome to stay as long as they like during the rink's operating hours.
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